What you need to know about a vulnerability in Synapse Browser exploit

Synapse has released a new browser exploit that allows hackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript code on a target device.

The vulnerability was found in the browser version of Synapse, the popular cloud-based browser for businesses.

Synapse recommends updating to the latest version of the browser.

Synapse has said the exploit was developed by researchers at Symantec and was used to download malicious JavaScript files that would execute on a targeted device.

Synaptics website notes that the code was built using JavaScript libraries called JavaScript engines.

Symantec says Synapse is a “standard browser” and that the browser exploits were used to target an Apple MacBook Pro, Macbook Pro, and iPad Mini running iOS 10.

Synaptics told Business Insider it has found the code in the JavaScript engine libraries.

Symentec says the attack used a technique called Cross-site Request Forgery (XSS) to execute code on the victim device.

The XSS vulnerability can allow remote attackers to redirect the victim’s traffic to a specially crafted webpage.

Synaptic said the browser exploit was built to work on the Synapse web browser.

Synaptic said it has patched the vulnerability but it is still possible to run the exploit.

The Synaptic browser exploit is a new exploit that synaptics released in 2018 that was found to be a common exploit vector used by malicious web developers to compromise a targeted computer.

The company’s browser exploit has been widely used on the web for a while, and the Synaptic exploit is not the first browser exploit used in the Synaptic exploit.

In August 2018, security researchers published a vulnerability that was used by an attack on Synaptic that targeted the Synodext browser.

In October 2018, a similar attack on synaptiscans browser exploit appeared to be working on the Mac.

In June 2018, the browser exploiting the Synopext exploit was released.